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WRIT 116.225 | Who We Are and How Do We Define Ourselves

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WRIT 116.225 | Who We Are and How Do We Define Ourselves
 

Valerie Guyant | Fall 2013 | MTWThF 8:00-8:50 AM 


“Who are we” as individuals? As a community? A nation? A culture? Historically, globally, or religiously? This bundle explores a broad spectrum of issues raised by questioning how and why we seek to define ourselves. These courses connect human experiences over time and through different disciplines to discover how peoples’ definition of self, influences individual and groups of peoples’ decisions, reactions and cultural perspectives.

This is a bundled course with Psych 100 and Cultural Anthropology.

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